The crowd cheers as the sign at Nixon-Fowler Stadium is unvelied on the Clayton High School press box. The signs flanking the stadium name signs note the two coaches' as Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas head coaches. Clayton High School is on the only high school to have two different Shrine Bowl head coaches for North Carolina in the 75-plus year history of the game.
The crowd cheers as the sign at Nixon-Fowler Stadium is unvelied on the Clayton High School press box. The signs flanking the stadium name signs note the two coaches' as Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas head coaches. Clayton High School is on the only high school to have two different Shrine Bowl head coaches for North Carolina in the 75-plus year history of the game. DEAN STRICKLAND, OD newsobserver.com
The crowd cheers as the sign at Nixon-Fowler Stadium is unvelied on the Clayton High School press box. The signs flanking the stadium name signs note the two coaches' as Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas head coaches. Clayton High School is on the only high school to have two different Shrine Bowl head coaches for North Carolina in the 75-plus year history of the game. DEAN STRICKLAND, OD newsobserver.com

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